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PETER CARR '63
CARR--Peter F., Jr., beloved son,
devoted and loyal father, loving brother and treasured friend,
died on December 26, 2014 of a suspected heart attack. He
Peter was born October 20, 1945 to Peter F. Carr, Sr. and
Helen B. Carr (nee Trainer) in Pawtucket, RI. He attended
St. Pius X Prep Seminary, Seminary of the Immaculate Conception
and Fordham University.
Peter retired from his position as an institutional sales
trader at Stephens Inc. in Little Rock, AR, where he spent
the majority of his professional career. Peter, known to many
friends as "Pete," was an avid and voracious reader. He loved
horses and was lifelong devotee of horse racing, an interest
he shared with many close friends. Peter is survived by his
son Kevin, mother Helen of Southampton, NY, sister Karen and
her wife Yvette Christofilis of New York, sister Sharon of
Southampton, NY and many dear friends and relatives. Peter
was predeceased by his father Peter, Sr. in 1985. Peter, like
his father, was cherished by all who knew him.
There will be a Funeral Mass at The Catholic Church of St.
John The Baptist in Hot Springs, AR, on December 31, 2014
at 10am. A graveside memorial service in Coventry, RI. will
be announced at a future date. In lieu of flowers, contributions
can be made to American Diabetes Association, www.diabetes.org;
American Heart Association, www.heart.org;
or Group For The East End, www.groupfortheeastend.org.
For Peter, a small act of kindness would be the gift most
Published in the New York Times – December 31, 2014
Do you remember...
Invitation to the Dedication of St. Pius X - 1961
Invitation to the 2nd Annual Commencement Ceremony at St. Pius X - 1965
everybody recognizes the picture to the left, taken 11/15/2011.
Yes, the proud lady still stands erect. But what about the
following recent pictures of what should be familiar sights
to many of us. Granted, time has not be too kind to any of
these structures, but who remembers what they use to be and
their relative importance to anyone who had attended St. Pius.
If your memory fails you, just hover over the picture for
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